Boo, Mixed Company of Yale. Booooooooooooo.

You’re telling me that Donna Martin can’t graduate, but these women get to continue studying at an ivy league university? Hoo-wah! Come on Dean Baraby, what kind of shit show are you running over there? This is rough stuff. About halfway through, I thought they must have run out of racial stereotypes to exploit for their hackneyed lyrics, but then they found a whole bunch more of them! Also, if they’re so smart, why are they called Mixed Company of Yale? Don’t the laws of terrible college acapella dictate that they should be called The Treblemakers or some garbage? The Harmonious Korines? The Self-Loathers? Better. The worst is that you can just tell that they’re all going to grow up into a bunch of unhappily married (to doctors, fingers crossed) Amys Poehler from Mean Girls, you know, “cool moms.” Ugh. I’ll walk to school, thanks. Me hate this long time. (Via Urlesque.)

Comments (33)
  1. Gabe, those aren’t nice things to say about your girlfriends.

  2. Kelly  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 +3

    Thank you for hating this too!

  3. RobinRubbermaid  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 +25

    “I’ll taste your sauce and you can slurp my sushi.”

    Worst. Sexual. Innuendo. Ever.

  4. could they not find any asian men to dance awkwardly along to their stereotypes?

  5. Mary Mouse  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 +8

    I thought I would never get sick of “Single Ladies” youtube tribute videos. Turns out I was wrong!

  6. The Worst

  7. Gonzalo Cordova  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 +5

    At first I was like, “Oh, these are college students, you are being too hard on them. Everyone’s dumb in college.”

    But then the second part came on and they started with those accents and I as like “Neverminds! This is the worst!”

  8. I am totally offended by this, and I’m not even Asian.

  9. MOST OFFENSIVE THING, EVER. As a white male who is in a committed relationship with a girl who is not technically Asian, I am outraged.

  10. I want you to all realize someday when you’re in the ER being looked after by a robotic resident that this is what kind of person they are when they’re not wearing scrubs.

  11. Droof  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 +6

    Thank god Gabe is here to protect the Asians from being racist towards Asians. We need more white males on sensitivity patrol.

  12. Well, all the Anime club boys just creamed their pants

  13.  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 -14

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  14. I love that the subtitles included innappropriately placed R’s, when the voices didn’t.

  15. Mark  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 -12

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  16. Kelly  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 +9

    I never said I hated it because it was offensive-it is just really stupid and has no actual humor in it!

  17. Erin  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 +6

    I just cringed with my entire body. This was painful to watch. Are people seriously trying to defend it because it’s satire? Mad TV was satire too, that doesn’t make it funny.

  18. I still think its terrifying to think that someone performing a colonoscopy on me someday might be this uncoordinated.

  19. “Me love you long time” is where this video stopped being anything to me. It’s indescribable.

  20. operation don’t watch this.

  21. This has made me a self hating Asian American.

  22. e  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 +4

    this isn’t clever enough to be satire. sucks.

  23. sc  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 -2

    i thought they made some valid points.

  24. M  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 -11

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  25. I think the name “Harmonious Korines” makes up for this video.

  26. as an actual single asian, i am beyond offended.

  27. huh  |   Posted on Mar 29th, 2009 -3

    jeez, for a bunch of people who are so “offended,” i’m surprised y’all jumped so quickly to the conclusion that they’re all pre-meds. now who’s stereotyping?

    for what it’s worth, i think it’s fine, nothing special, has a few funny moments. because i’m not asian, i can’t really say whether this is offensive or not. apparently unlike a bunch of you, i don’t get offended on behalf of other cultures, because they can defend themselves perfectly well. please.

    also i went to their website and they’re actually pretty good.

  28. as a Mexican American, i’m offended.

  29. Robert  |   Posted on Mar 30th, 2009 -1

    OK, so I’m shocked that people are so sensitive to stuff like this. In America’s effort to be ultra PC, we’ve lost the ability to make fun of ourselves. If you didn’t find it funny, fair enough, but don’t get indignant in your anger. It’s a joke.

  30. I make many lolz from this, let’s get Beyonce on a remix!

  31. Hm, judging by the unpopularity of prior comments insisting this was intended as a satire of racist stereotypes, I guess I’m courting trouble by suggesting the same thing. Whether it was funny/effective or not is another matter, but I highly doubt that after this video was finished, these four Asian women got together and laughed about how all Asians are just like that. Obviously, it’s possible to hold stereotypes against one’s own race, but I just don’t get that from this video as much as I would have thought from reading the description and comments. Wrong? Oh well, at least we can all agree that all acapella singers smell like vinegar…right, guys? Catch me next Tuesday night at the Chuckleheadz off of Riverfront. I’ll be sitting on Jeff Dunham’s knee.

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